Address: Oxford Brookes University, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane, Oxford OX3 0BP
Oxford Brookes University is new university in Oxford. In 1865, it was started as the Oxford School of Art. In 2003, it became the first university in the world that got Fairtrade status. The university has 4 campuses, such as:
- Headington campus
The Headington campus is located in an Oxford’s residential area. It contains the Gipsy Lane site, the Marston Road site and the Headington Hill site. It holds 6 halls of residence, such as: Cheney Student Village, Crescent Hall, Clive Booth Non-Ensuite, Clive Booth Hall, Paul Kent Hall and Warneford Hall.
- Wheatley campus
The Wheatley campus is around 7 miles south-east of the city centre. It is the place for teaching IT, business, engineering and mathematics.
- Harcourt Hill campus
The Harcourt Hill campus is located on Harcourt Hill. It is 2.5 miles from the city centre. It is the place for teaching Philosophy, Theology, Religion, Education, Media & Communication, etc. It has2 halls of residence: Westminster Hall and Harcourt Hill Hall.
- Ferndale campus
The Ferndale campus is located in Swindon. It is the place for teaching Operating Department Practice, Adult Nursing, etc.